After upgrading to OS 2000-2-5sr6 and 3.3-3sr3 we are now required to authenticate against IIS whenever we launch Real-Time Monitoring Tool. This never used to happen; it would normally just launch the applet and I've tried to allow anonymous access to the AST directory on the web server which works but then the applet fails to load.
Another interesting thing, if I change access to the directory after the applet starts, RTMT returns an error "Cannot contact web server".
Can anyone help with this? We dont want to have this additional login.
Ok, this is a hack but all we could do was remove the authentication from the ASP code for AST.asp. Now the user goes straight through with anonymous authentication set on the AST directory within IIS; if, of course, they are granted such access from MLA.
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